In times of crisis – natural or manmade – we are the hands and feet of Jesus
After a flood, a cyclone, an earthquake, a drought, or some other catastrophe, affected communities may not be able to meet their basic needs. Already living in poverty, they are more susceptible to diseases from water contamination, dehydration, and malnutrition in the aftermath of disasters. Good Shepherd’s network is committed to responding in emergencies like these — providing food, water, blankets, and other aid, and deploying community health workers — to ease suffering, preserve lives, and help people move toward recovery.
People fed for one month
Migrants left stranded by covid lockdown with no income or food stability
She was praying for a speedy death
But Mohini’s life story wasn’t over. One day, she was shocked to find a Good Shepherd team at her door — with an entire month’s worth of food. The team encouraged her, telling her of God’s provision and His promise of everlasting love. For the first time in years, Mohini felt completely at peace. The team had brought her nourishment!